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100 Things You Should Know About Controlling with SAP (2nd Edition)

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Whether you think you know it all, or know that you don't, this book gives you expert tips on working with the Controlling component in SAP ERP. This second edition comes with the same valuable tips from the first edition, plus an additional 10 bonus tips. Get ready to add to your Controlling arsenal, and replace some cumbersome techniques you ve been using. SAP PRESS equips you with 110 Things that unlock the secrets of working with the Controlling component in SAP! *Provides 110 little-known, time-saving tips and tricks *Features step-by-step instructions and guiding screenshots *Helps you use the Controlling component in SAP more effectively *Expanded second edition Save time With the shortcuts and workarounds provided, you'll learn how to complete your daily business and financial maintenance, analysis, and reporting faster and more elegantly. Learn quickly Full of screenshots and instructions, this book will help you pick up new tips and tricks in no time, such as removing tax warnings when posting documents. Develop new skills You'll discover new ways of doing your work and find yourself saying, I wish I'd known how to do this a long time ago! *Cost center accounting *Internal orders *Product cost planning *Cost object controlling *Material ledger *Profitability analysis *Information system *General Controlling activities

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Author John Jordan
Binding Paperback
Condition New
Pages 310
ISBN-13 9781493212002
Publisher SAP Press

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